1. @Thomas Jones
      You got it all mapped out, don’t you? I wish I could see the future like you. So how about giving me next set of Powerball numbers.

    2. @HemiHead664 Sarcasm. By the by. Guarded the Dead at Ventura County Fairgrounds 2 years in a row. Imagine Estimated Prophet on the beach in Cali. Be well.

    3. Do y’all ever wonder just how much oil was put into the Atlantic and the Pacific during the course of WW2 from all the ship being blown up

  1. I am honestly so disgusted how much damage we keep on doing to (marine)ecosystems.
    We as humanity are single handedly responsible for the only mass-extinction event that wasn’t caused by natural forces, and it just keeps accelerating.

    1. @RawAbility21 If you awknowledge What we are doing to our planet, trying to lessen your impact on the world and electing politicians who take it seriously, you are a «tree hugger enviormentalist». Nothing wrong with that. Though I doubt you hug trees. I don’t know any enviormentalist that hug trees.

    2. @Ben Wilson Actually, oil are very damaging to the development of fish, and it does not take much oil to have an effect. Only a Couple of drops per m3 have a damaging effect. I’ll try to find the report, though I read it around 2014.

      I have not gotten myself to read any reports on the effects plastic have though. Bur it is on my to do list. But the good thing about plastic though is that it can sink to the bottom and go out of «circulation».

  2. Smh this planet is done! Our kids won’t have a future! It’s just sad what the governments around the world are allowing this to happen!

    1. @Thyalwaysseek It takes 20 to hundreds of years to break down depending on the type. But does, also depending on the type leech some toxic chemicals in small amounts.

    2. @Dave Bartosh *Research suggests that all plastics may leach chemicals if they’re scratched or heated. Research also strongly suggests that at certain exposure levels, some of the chemicals in these products, such as bisphenol A (BPA), may cause cancer in people.* ….you might want to think about what is happening to that plastic leeching into your cells.

  3. I just drove n burnt fossil fuel and i love the feel of the engine but damn we need something else. Life may become extinct

    1. @go away Ahhhhhhh. Thanks. I’m old school and expect acronyms to be in all caps, so I just assumed it was a typo.

    2. @Rebellc You ought to sell those stocks soon, because the market really is shifting. It would be a shame to let wishful thinking cost you your retirement dreams.

    3. @Space Lemur Mama fed me well and put me in the right schools. My education sings on the sails of the Mayflower and my investment portfolio has fully matured. Staying invested in Big Oil or other fossil fuel companies isn’t a gamble. Their money is already invested in the right places and has been for decades. They knew this was coming. Big Oil already owns 82% of the energy market outside of fossil fuels. I am well prepared. Thank you.

    4. @Rebellc There ya go. Personally, I find investing at least as much a moral issue as financial. Other people disagree, but if a company has a tradition of anti-labor, anti-regulation, environmental degradation, and all those other typically liberal causes, I want my money elsewhere. Your return on investment will be greater than mine, but I have the peace of mind I prefer over that.

  4. “They’re trying to contain the oil spill”. We all know damn well once that ship sinks there WILL be an oil spill lol

    1. @Captain Win No? It’s not oil that was drilled. It is refined oil with chemicals mixed inbetween, mostly anorganic. It would create a layer of oil and oxygen would not be able to reach the marine environment causing the death of many fish.

  5. Burn, burn, burn, big boat… a tragedy at sea!
    Terribly, terribly, we treat the earth, nowhere else to flee.

    1. Cars kill more bird than wind turbines. Fact.
      And so do buildings.
      Lets ban cars and buildings.

    2. @Deviot Deng

      Kind of shitty way to get views.
      Try making a video that people want to watch.

  6. I’m no firefighting expert, but I suspect that spraying water onto the ocean isn’t gonna put the fire out.

    1. @Michael Liles So? Water that’s laying around outside the ship is substantially less effective for fighting fire than water that’s being sprayed directly on the burning materials (except, of course, if the burning materials are things like oil, as I mentioned in my earlier message).

  7. Remember that time that solar plant and wind turbines leaked chemicals into the oceans? yeah me neither.

    1. Have you ever seen an open pit mine, like the ones where the ingredients for batteries and electronics come from? There are many documented instances of mining tailings being released and creating environmental disasters or superfund sites here in the US. The contamination is much more persistent than hydrocarbons that readily break down in the environment. Not advocating that one source of energy is better, but they both have their issues. The manufacture of wind turbines is incredibly energy intensive. All that concrete, steel, aluminum and other material requires energy to be manufactured. Neither is “clean” as some would want you to think. Not to mention a huge amount of diesel fuel is consumed in mining operations, which I find kind of funny, considering the purpose is to create “clean energy”.

    1. It was then the dodo saw the white sails and said I don’t know what these creatures are but we will pack them to death later

      HG Wells War of the Worlds

  8. Time to learn the earth is a house for 8 billion inhabitatnts without recognising race, country and political border etc.

  9. Damn It! There goes the U.S.’s “pump prices”. Just in time to justify there rising prices before a three day holiday. Lets see if the “ponzi market” has its ears on? [laughter]

  10. Oil companies: We shouldn’t use nuclear cause its dangerous to the environment
    Also oil companies:

  11. When the Last Tree Is Cut Down, the Last Fish Eaten, and the Last Stream Poisoned, You Will Realize That You Cannot Eat Money.
    – – Cree Indian prophecy

    1. Yep time to move out our house and back into tents, get rid of the cars and planes, dont kill any animals for food, just grow corn, no firewood need to save the trees yep IM all for it join me. Bring your own tent but they cant be made from plastic.

  12. Its amazing to me that humans keep making the same mistakes repeatedly instead of learning from the mistakes because of greed.

  13. I realize this is a accident but geeze we just keep destroying our oceans like this. Our kids won’t be able to go into the water one day and you can pretty much forget about eating seafood.

  14. “The nations were filled with wrath, but now the time of your wrath has come. It is time to judge the dead and reward your servants the prophets, as well as your holy people, and all who fear your name, from the least to the greatest. It is time to destroy all who have caused destruction on the earth.”

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